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January 5, 1990 | KATHIE BOZANICH
Property owners in the Los Alamitos Unified School District will be asked in a special election to approve a $13-million bond issue to finance school improvements. If approved by voters on April 3, Measure K would require residential and commercial property owners in the cities of Los Alamitos and Seal Beach and the community of Rossmoor to pay $4.50 more in taxes a month.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 5, 1990 | KATHIE BOZANICH
Property owners in the Los Alamitos Unified School District will be asked in a special election to approve a $13-million bond issue to finance school improvements. If approved by voters on April 3, Measure K would require residential and commercial property owners in the cities of Los Alamitos and Seal Beach and the community of Rossmoor to pay $4.50 more in taxes a month.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 10, 1989 | BILL BILLITER, Times Staff Writer
South Orange County's booming Capistrano Unified School District tonight will unveil a plan to build new schools and refurbish existing ones by making the entire populated area into a special-tax district. The plan calls for a special election May 9 to decide whether property owners should be taxed. Approval would require a two-thirds yes vote. The special tax on existing single-family homes would be $100 a year; $60 on existing condos, townhouses, apartments and mobile homes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 10, 1989 | BILL BILLITER, Times Staff Writer
South Orange County's booming Capistrano Unified School District tonight will unveil a plan to build new schools and refurbish existing ones by making the entire populated area into a special-tax district. The plan calls for a special election May 9 to decide whether property owners should be taxed. Approval would require a two-thirds yes vote. The special tax on existing single-family homes would be $100 a year; $60 on existing condos, townhouses, apartments and mobile homes.
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June 7, 2000 | ANN L. KIM and LISA RICHARDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The La Habra City and Newport-Mesa school districts gained entry to a select club Tuesday night, joining a spate of Orange County school systems that have successfully persuaded two-thirds of their voters to tax themselves to repair dilapidated schools and ease overcrowding. La Habra's $16-million bond measure passed easily, with 72.8% of the vote, and voter support for Newport Mesa Unified School District's $110-million bond proposal nearly matched it with 71.9%. "We are celebrating!
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